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Berry Bonanza

Of all the potential luxuries this money could buy, fresh fruit—and some of nature’s healthiest, at that—is not a rotten proposal, especially if so many students are sweet on the idea.

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Recognizing Slavery at Harvard

The past never dies or disappears. It continues to shape us in ways we should not try to erase or ignore.

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The End of an Era

Administrators should consider student input before reshuffling class schedules as part of SEAS' impending relocation to Allston.

Moving Forward on Shuttles

We are glad to see the implementation of the pilot project and hope that it leads to the permanent institution of the new route.

The Wrong Strategy

It is hard for us to see how Harvard’s investment choices—measured in the tens of millions—would shape a global fossil fuel market of nearly five trillion dollars. The supposed signal that Harvard might send also seems improbable.

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We Gon’ Be Alright

The person who hears Kendrick’s words and walks away solely with a message that advocates violence against the police is terribly mistaken. This is a song about hope.

Thank God for Donald Trump

By representing intolerance, bigotry and racism, Donald Trump and his immense success show us that all of the progress generations of activists have fought for can be swiped away in an instant if our generation does not stand up and fight back.

​A Culture of Sensitivity

It is time to stop focusing on feelings as the criteria for speech and actions on the college campus.

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Why Harvard? Because Yale Sucks.

Do you use Facebook? As Al Gore (a Harvard graduate) once said of the Internet, we took the initiative in creating that.

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A Bolder Vision for Mass Transit

The MBTA should implement a recent proposal for late night bus service, but it needs a more comprehensive vision.

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Sexual Harassment and Open Discourse

To jump to conclusions on a subject of this delicacy is nearly always to miss the point.

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Full Approval

Two weeks ago, the head football coaches of the Ivy League voted to ban full-contact hitting from all regular season practices. This shows the conference's commitment to protecting its student-athletes and should serve as a model for other universities.

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The First to Go to College

Harvard, spurred by the advocacy of first-generation students, has made great strides toward ensuring that the first-generation experience receives adequate attention in College programming.

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Mumps in the Inn

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Supremely Identical

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Standing with BGLTQ North Carolina

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Assessing and Aspiring on Homelessness

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Starting Up College

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Working Toward a Better Harvard

Though we disagree with some of the report’s suggestions and assumptions, we strongly support most of its recommendations.

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Process Matters

The careful process undertaken by the Law School is a stark contrast to the one through which House Masters became Faculty Deans last month.

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Gender-Neutral Bathrooms and Transphobia

The need for gender-neutral restrooms is profound, and their expansion is long overdue. Gender-neutral restrooms are critical for the safety and well-being of BGLTQ students, and it is vital that they are installed more widely throughout campus.

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Marijuana in Massachusetts

The November referendum should serve as a timely occasion to develop both a better understanding of the impacts of legalized marijuana and a model set of laws and regulations for this pressing public health and criminal justice issue.​

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Trump and Satire

Donald Trump is a bigoted candidate, but Currier taking down its Housing Day video based on his persona was misguided.

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Academic Flexibility

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Inching Forward on Final Clubs

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Ever Freer Expression

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A Journey Unfinished

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Harvard Marches Towards a New Sex Regime